Law is a set of rules that are created and enforced by social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior. It is a subject of considerable debate and is often described as a science or art.
Businesslaw (also referred to as commerce law, commercial law or corporate law) is the body of legal rules that governs business transactions and financial activities. It is a multidisciplinary discipline that includes property, labour, taxation and contracts.
It is based on the rule of law, which seeks to ensure that people are not harmed by others or by the government. It also promotes equality, fairness and freedom of choice.
Legal rights are derived from some source or a number of sources, such as constitutional laws, treaties and statutes. For example, in the United States, the First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, press and religion.
In some jurisdictions, laws are codified in a civil code that is easily accessible to citizens and jurists. It provides a comprehensive system of laws that are easy to understand and follow, and is adaptable to new circumstances.
The law is a system of rules developed over a territory that follows certain practices and customs to control crime, business, social relationships, property and finance.
Legal rights are creatures of the law, which means they can be defined, established and reaffirmed only by the law itself. They typically arise from other legal norms, and they are rooted in morality and ethics.